Monthly Archives: October 2011

Questions for leaders

So this morning I was thinking that I would like to continue interviewing leaders at schools to find out more about organisational management. I thought of the burning questions I have, and although these might not be the ones that … Continue reading

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And so there is collaboration

I attended an evening last week about different initiatives which explore new forms of education and collaborative working environments. There were some very exciting projects, but more so this evening was an opportunity to network with people interested in new … Continue reading

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Peer meetings with Rosa

A peer of mine, Rosa Henderson, and I are conducting interviews with each other on the weekends about how our study progress is going. We have formulated the following questions, one for each session over 3 weeks (though today was … Continue reading

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School Case Study

Last Thursday I went to visit a Waldorf School in Poland where I spoke to the administrator of the school about the way it is organised. What interests me most is the way in which it operates, how the teachers … Continue reading

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Ancient Greece

I have finished the lecture series from Yale about Ancient Greek History and I am now listening (and searching for more) about the philosophical developments during this time. Something which I hadn’t actually known before was how widely ancient Greek … Continue reading

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